DPLA at Code4Lib 2013

DPLA at Code4Lib 2013

Posted by Kenny Whitebloom on February 13, 2013 in Blog, Get Involved.

The DPLA was in Chicago earlier this week for Code4Lib 2013, a large annual conference of library technologists. On Monday, February 11, the DPLA convened a small hackathon in which participants hacked against the API to build visualization tools and geocoded map apps, among other tools. You can take a look at some of the apps that hackers worked on here.

On Tuesday, February 12, Audience and Participation Co-Chair Nate Hill and Technical Aspects Co-Chair SJ Klein presented on “Hacking the DPLA” to over 300 attendees during the main conference sessions. Slides from Hill and Klein’s talk are available here; a brief snippet from their talk is available here, via Margaret Heller.

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